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Almada, Andr Alvares d', fl. 1594, et al. / Brief treatise on the rivers of Guinea
Part I (1984)

Chapter 7. Which discusses the Arriatas and Falupos, the blacks who live to the south of Cape St. Mary. [translated text],   pp. 61-65


Page 65

65.


p. 70, (7/2)


note  (a):    P real.s  After these, towards thoe South, axe
found other blacks who neighbour the
}andingas, called Airriatas, who live facing
the Shoals of Sio Pedro. From Gipe St. Mary
to the entrance of the box of the Sio
DoJingos River, which is nearly ,30 leagues,
the Arriatas and Falupos remain unpacified.
They are very negroid. The Arriatas and
Falupos understand each other.


p. 70,   (7/2)  note (r    :
Po 73, (7/7) note (i) t


P reads the entrance of River Cazamansa, at
the mouth of which is an island called the
Island of Nosquitos.
L reads their arrows are poisoned, and they
put poison on them instead of an iron tip.


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